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How do you remove the plastic end fitted to the flexible hose

My flexi hose has split about one inch from the plastic end fitting that slides along the metal tube. it must be possible to remove from the flexi, cut off a couple of inches of flexi and refit the plastic end.

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    My hose had broken and the plastic end is stuck fast up the wand. How can I remove the plastic hose end so I can replace the hose

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Not necessarily. Some Dyson models have an all inclusive flexi hose which attaches to the handle spine. Check EBay for replacement flexi hoses - UK has many sellers - or handles which have the metal pole and the flexi tube attached. 
Alternatively take off the flexi hose from the bottom rear of the Dyson - it can come out via a press in lock release but it may take some time to do this. Once that is done the flexi hose should come down freely from the metal tube. If it doesnt then you may need to consider both replacements.
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